D he new Opel Corsa face follows the design language that the other new Opel models have already specified. The new grille with a grid structure now comes in two parts. The lower part is now wider and higher and is intended to give the Corsa more fullness. The Opel logo can now take a more prominent place on a chrome-plated crossbar. The new look is completed by new clear glass headlights and new fog lights. Only the logo has been remodeled at the rear.
Start-stop system for the Corsa
Furthermore, the revision of the Opel Corsa includes new designs for the alloy wheels, three new paint colors and new upholstery fabrics and materials for the interior. A revamped multimedia infotainment system is also new. The Corsa Color Stripes is new to the Color Line family. Two broad stripes in either white or black run the entire length of the body, color-coordinated with the five available exterior colors. The 17-inch wheels and the exterior mirror housings are also matched to the color of the stripes.
A 1.3-liter turbodiesel with 95 hp and 190 Nm, which, thanks to start-stop technology in the three-door model, is only 3.5 liters (CO2: 94 g /km) in the Cut should consume. The base price for the revised Opel Corsa should be 11,640 euros.
Lena special equipment
Parallel to the introduction of the revised Opel Corsa, the new 'Satellite' equipment line will be launched in January Brand ambassador Lena Meyer-Landrut was inspired. The package includes an MP3-compatible CD radio including steering wheel remote control and AUX-In, air conditioning and heat protection glazing. In addition, new exterior colors should make the 'Satellite' corsa look fresher. The basic engine is a 70 hp 1.2-liter petrol engine that will be available from EUR 13,990.